The following is a list of ultralight flying clubs in Canada that do not appear on the COPA Web site’s list of ultralight flying schools. This list will also be added to the Web site. If your club does not appear here or as a flying school, let us know.
Pacific Ultralight Flying Association (PUFA)
Web site: http://pufa.canadianwebs.com/
Established in 1983
Action Ultralights Unlimited
3612 Braemar Drive
Cobble Hill, BC, V0R 1L0, CA
COPA Flight 114
The Calgary Recreational and Ultralight Flying Club COPA Flight 114,
Meeting are on the second Thursday of each month, except July and August, at the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets: Northeast Armory, 1227 – 38 Avenue N.E., Calgary.
Meetings start at 7:00 PM but most of us show up around 6:30 just to exchange stories. Guests and visitors are always welcome. Visit the CRUFC Calendar for upcoming events.
COPA Flight 109
The Kingston Ultralight Club Rudy Martens,
807 Hunt Road RR#1, Newburgh, ON, K0K 2S0. 613-378-0250;
Meetings: Summer - First Sunday of the month at various members’ aerodromes, Winter - 1900 hrs first Tuesday of the month at Kingston Airport Air Force Association.
Kakabeka Falls Flying Club
Wayne Corkum - president,
344 Ontario St., Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7B 3H1.
Ultralight Flyers of Nova Scotia
We have no fixed address but can be contacted at UFONS@mail.com or in care of:
Burckhard WoelkySunnybrook Flight School, RR#1 Mahone Bay, NS, BOJ 2E0.
Tel.: 902-634-3735; 902-644-1398 (Chris).
Aircraft: Challenger I, 3 Challenger IIs, 2 Chinooks, 3 Rans S-7 Courriers, 1 Bush Caddy, 1 unknown hang glider and hopefully soon a Lazair
Club Ultra Léger Québec Métro
Président: Jacques Simard.
Aéroport St-Lambert de Lévis (ST7), St-Lambert, Que. G0S 2W0.
Tel.: 418-889-8989. Depuis 1987. 50 membres
Ultralight Pilots Association of Canada (UPAC)
907289 Twp. Rd. 12 RR #4, Bright, ON, N0J 1B0.
Web site: www.upac.ca.
North Okanagan Ultralight Association
Contact: John McDermott (president),
Are there any more?
The list of ultralight clubs is permanently archived on COPA’s Web site: www.copanational.org. Click on "Flying in Canada," and then "Aircraft in Canada," then "Ultralights."